New Jersey is currently auctioning 2.4 GW in offshore wind capacity, and bidders include Ørsted, which along with US-based Public Service Enterprise Group won the state's first public tender with their 1.1-GW Ocean Wind project, which has untapped capacity available off the coast of Atlantic City for extending the development even further.
However, the whole process could end with the Danish utility not only competing to install the second offshore wind farm in New Jersey waters. The group might now also have to continue its struggle to be allowed to build the first development.
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